This is Linux Inlaws, a series on free and open source software, black humour, the revolution and freedom in general (this includes ideas and software) and generally having fun.
In this episode our two ageing heroes explore the inner workings of a podcast (or podcast hosting platform depending on your perspective) called Hacker Public Radio. Yes, the platform that the Inlaws have been using since the very inception of this rapidly growing FLOSS podcast content. Wondering what the heck this episode is all about, why exactly Martin and Chris are talking about this now and the importance of statistics, lies and damned lies? Then just listen to this episode. You may also find out the difference between mere caching and content syndication. Never mind HPR's inner workings.
That was painful to listen to and provided zero value.
How do we get Linux Inlaws kickedoff HPR?
Comment #2 posted on 2022-08-20 04:07:15 by Some Guy On The Internet
I have more listeners than stars in the Universe.
I got a great laugh from this show. "More listeners than people in the galaxy", LOL. That's the first time I've ever heard Martin clearly (his audio is usually too low for me to hear). Playing the Ken sound bite was a nice touch as well. Good stuff.
Comment #3 posted on 2022-09-05 22:29:57 by operat0r
I just want to say not every Linux Inlaws is for me but theses are SMART PEOPLE we should embrace SMART people to communicate and share even if they [WE] can't always communicate effectively!
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